May 24, 2016
A new trial subscription policy has been introduced for business customers. Now a reseller can define the duration of the trial period (up to 60 days) during which a subscriber (a legal person) is entitled to use the Dr.Web Anti-virus service. A trial period starts as soon as the user creates their first subscription.
Now the SCC offers more options for viewing customer account balances and provides more detailed information.
New features are also available to service providers who offer hardware maintenance services. They can now use the SCC to create new subscriptions; view information about existing ones; suspend, block or unblock subscriptions; and change subscription packages.
Now it’s also possible to configure security policies for subscriber passwords.
The update also provides a fix for a problem that caused errors when group administrators installed the software.
To ensure that the SCC works properly, the libraries that facilitate third-party software integration (php-avd and libdwavdapi) must be updated. If you have any questions, please contact Doctor Web’s specialists.
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